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FDA Warns Parents of the Dangers of Infant Sleep Positioners

In a recent MedWatch release, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning parents of the dangers associated with infant sleep positioners. The FDA suggests to parents, nannies, and other caregivers not to put babies in sleep positioners, also referred to as “nests” or “anti-roll” products. According to reports gathered over the last 13 years, the positioners can …

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Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella calls out big pharma amidst growing opioid crisis in PA

In an opinion piece for, Pennsylvania Treasurer, Joe Torsella, calls on the pharmaceutical industry to be held accountable for its role in the opioid crisis currently sweeping Pennsylvania. Big pharma profits while people die In his piece, Torsella explained that thirteen people die every day in cities across the commonwealth as a result of an opioid related drug overdose. …

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Guest Post: What to do if YOU are involved in a potential personal injury claim

Most people do not prepare for the day when professional or medical negligence leaves them catastrophically injured.  More often than not, something unfortunate happens when it’s least expected and victims are left to learn for the first time how to pursue justice in a world that feels like it’s crumbling to pieces.  This article seeks to help injured victims avoid feeling confused …

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42 Injured in SEPTA Norristown High Speed Line Crash

A SEPTA Norristown High Speed Line train crashed into an unoccupied train Tuesday morning at the 69th St. Transportation Center, injuring 42 people. There were 41 passengers on board, plus the operator, when the crash occurred just after midnight. Injured passengers were taken to eight area hospitals by Upper Darby, PA emergency responders. SEPTA officials reported this morning that none …

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Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney signs executive order making police misconduct more transparent to public

On Wednesday, Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney announced that Philadelphia will make civilian complaints about police misconduct available to the public online. The mayor signed an executive order to post details, locations, and official findings for all complaints filed against officers. With this measure, the mayor intends to increase public awareness about how seriously the City of Philadelphia takes complaints against …

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